Installing Qt for Android Automotive
Note: The intended audience for this page is developers.
If you have not already done so please contact Qt sales to discuss access to the Qt for Android Automotive deliverable for your Qt Account.
Before starting, check if there are any instructions regarding current Qt for Android Automotive Known Issues and Limitations that are relevant to installation.
Go to Get and Install Qt and follow the instructions there, making sure at step 3 to select Qt 6.X for Android Automotive.
Then move on to Installing 3rd Party Dependencies.
If you want to install additional Qt modules or tools at the same time, then this method is for you.
Go to Get and Install Qt and follow the instructions there, except now as opposed to the quick install method, making sure at step 3 to select Custom Installation and then select the following components:
- Qt for Android Automotive
- Under the same
Qt Versionthat you selected for Qt for Android Automotive, select:
- Qt for Android
- Qt Quick Timeline
Add-onsselect the following:
- Qt Interface Framework
- Qt Remote Objects
Then select other Qt modules or tools that are available to you.
The following dependencies are required:
- Python 3 (version 3.6 or newer).
- Virtualenv (Since python 3.3, a subset of it has been integrated into the standard library under the venv module.)
- libffi6, see Known issues, bugs, and defects for more information.
If this is your first time installing Qt for Android Automotive, developing with Qt for Android, or using Qt Creator, you'll need to complete some additional steps to set up your build environment. See Getting Started with Qt for Android for more information.
See Licenses used in Qt for Android Automotive for more information.
Available under certain Qt licenses.
Find out more.